Head, Research and Instructional Services, Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC

NOTE:

Since its founding in 1924, Duke University has grown into one of the most prestigious private universities in the world and its medical center ranks annually among the top in the nation. The Duke University Libraries are the shared center of the university’s intellectual life, connecting people and ideas. The Libraries consist of the William R. Perkins Library and its branches: Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Lilly, Music, and the library at the Duke Marine Laboratory in Beaufort.  Duke’s library holdings of 6.1 million volumes are among the largest of private universities in the United States.

Duke’s hometown is Durham, North Carolina, a city with vibrant research, medical and arts communities, and numerous shops, restaurants and theaters. Durham is located in the Research Triangle, a growing metropolitan area of more than one million people that provides a wide range of cultural, recreational and educational opportunities. The Triangle is conveniently located just a few hours from the mountains and the coast, offers a moderate climate, and has been ranked among the best places to live and to do business.

Duke offers a comprehensive benefit packages which includes both traditional benefits such as health insurance, leave time and retirement, as well as wide ranging work/life and cultural benefits. Details can be found at:  http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/index.php.

SALARY:

Salary and rank dependent on qualifications and experience. Comprehensive benefits package includes 20 days vacation, 13 holidays, 12 days sick leave; health, dental, disability and life insurance and support for professional development and training.

QUALIFICATIONS:

It is the expectation that all Duke University Libraries staff members will demonstrate exceptional workplace behaviors in the execution of their specific position responsibilities. These behaviors are customer focus, collaboration, creative problem solving, continuous learning and a commitment to diversity.  In addition, managers and supervisors are expected to help develop a common vision by providing clear direction and priorities, clarifying roles and responsibilities, and promoting mutual understanding through effective communication.  They are also expected to take the time to effectively plan and evaluate performance, provide feedback, recognition and coaching, and develop employees to achieve their personal and organizational goals.

Education:
Required: Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program or an advanced degree in a relevant subject field.
Preferred: Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program and an advanced degree in a relevant subject field.

Experience:
Required: At least seven years of progressively responsible professional experience providing research services; evidence of strong supervisory and team management skills; ability to demonstrate a sophisticated understanding of the applications of new technology in library services and in learning and research; proficiency with information resources in a variety of formats and subject areas; teaching or library instruction experience. Must be flexible and a self-starter; have the ability to work successfully in a highly collaborative environment; possess excellent organizational, interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills as well as a strong commitment to public service; interest in and aptitude for learning emerging technologies and web applications; commitment to data-informed decision-making.
Preferred:  At least five years of research services experience in an academic or research setting; experience supervising professional staff in an academic library; professional experience and strong academic background in a relevant field; familiarity with web publishing technologies; experience with user and/or usability study methodologies; experience with assessment tools and methods; experience with data management; and knowledge of issues related to open access.

DUTIES:

Occupational Summary
The Head of the Research and Instructional Services Department provides vision and strategic direction for the instruction and research services offered by the Duke University Libraries.  S/he leads a group of 19 library professionals in engaging with faculty and students at Duke, designing and implementing pedagogically appropriate instruction for library users, and providing in-depth, specialized research consultation and reference services.  S/he manages the operations of the department and co-manages the Libraries’ research commons, cultivating a forward-looking, collaborative environment and setting high user-centered service standards.  The position reports to the Associate University Librarian for Collections and User Services.
Working Conditions
• Must be able to work in an environment in which exposure to materials containing dust and mold is possible
• Frequent bending, crouching, stooping
• Normal office environment
• Occasional weekend shifts required
• Occasional travel required
These statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee in this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in this position
Duties
• Develops and implements a vision and strategic directions for research and instructional services that support the scholarly activities of the Duke community.
• Encourages the exploration and adoption of new approaches to research, instruction, and outreach to students and faculty and, collaborating with staff throughout the Libraries, assumes a leadership role in identifying and implementing emerging technologies and incorporating best practices into research and instructional services.
• With the head of the Libraries’ Digital Scholarship and Data/Visualization departments, develops the services and co-manages the operations of the Libraries’ research commons, The Edge, in support of interdisciplinary, data-driven, digitally reliant and team-based research.
• Manages the operations of the Research and Instructional Services Department; sets goals; hires, trains, supervises and evaluates staff; establishes standards and expectations; prepares and manages the departmental budget.
• Works with subject and functional specialists throughout the Libraries, including special collections, international and area studies, digital scholarship, and data/visualization, to create an environment supportive of interdisciplinary research and discovery.
• Administers and oversees the Libraries’ in-person and virtual reference and research services, insuring that staff are well trained and that appropriate policies and procedures are developed, documented, and implemented.
• As subject specialist in an area suited to her/his academic background and interests, serves as primary liaison to an academic department or program; provides in-depth, specialized research consultations and instruction; develops and manages collections in relevant formats and languages.
• Participates in provision of in-person and virtual research services and of instruction for first-year undergraduate students.
• Actively contributes to library-wide initiatives and to the development of the library website, research tools, and other applications of technology.
• Facilitates understanding among departmental staff of the current priorities and objectives of the Duke University Libraries and fosters communication within the department.
• Displays continuing growth in professional and subject knowledge and takes an active interest in the profession. Growth and interest should be demonstrated through continuing development of professional knowledge and abilities, membership and participation in professional organizations, and service to the library, University, or community in a professional capacity.
• Assumes other responsibilities as assigned and performs other duties as required.
Supervisory Responsibilities
• Supervises directly the department’s three section heads for Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences and Engineering and, indirectly, the subject librarians who report to these section heads
• Supervises the Librarian for Instructional Services, the Program Coordinator for The Edge, and the Evening Research Services Librarian
• Coordinates staffing of interns, field-experience students, and volunteers in the Research and Instructional Services Department

AVAILABLE:

Immediately

APPLY BY:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

TO APPLY:

Send cover letter, detailed resume and the names, addresses (mailing and e-mail), and telephone numbers of three references to: Teresa Tillman, Library Human Resources, at library-jobs@duke.edu.  Please include HEAD, RIS in the subject line.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Applications which are missing any of the components listed above will not be reviewed.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Visit our website for full position description @ http://library.duke.edu/about/jobs/headris

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Outreach Services Specialist, Ashe County Public Library / Appalachian Regional Library System, West Jefferson, NC

SALARY:

24 hours a week at $8.73/hour

QUALIFICATIONS:

A Bachelor’s degree or completion of at least two years college and three years of public library service.  Experience in driving, possession of a valid North Carolina driver’s license, and clean driving record required. (A motor vehicle records check will be made prior to employment)

DUTIES:

Provides library outreach services to aged (60 years and older), physically handicapped, and homebound citizens, individually and in group settings (group homes, nursing homes, retirement homes, and adult daycares)

APPLY BY:

12/08/2014

TO APPLY:

Applications available at the upstairs reference desk in Ashe County Library.

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Associate Director Library Research Services and Learning Spaces, Randall Library UNC Wilmington, Wilmington, NC

NOTE:

The William Madison Randall Library at The University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) invites applications for the Associate Director Library Research Services and Learning Spaces. UNCW is a member institution of the University of North Carolina, a multi-campus university comprised of all 17 North Carolina’s public institutions. UNCW is nationally recognized for its marine sciences teaching and research programs, and for its strengths in arts and sciences, business, education, and nursing.  The University is situated on a beautiful arboretum campus located in an historic port city within five miles of the Atlantic Ocean and currently enrolls approximately 14,000 students.

SALARY:

This is a renewable 11-month position with faculty status (lecturer, non‑tenure track). Competitive salary and generous benefits package, including 22 days of vacation.

QUALIFICATIONS:

ALA-Accredited Master’s degree in Library and Information Science; minimum five years of increasingly responsible, professional, relevant work experience in an academic library, with a particular expertise in the delivery of user-centered public services; strong leadership skills, including keen analytical and conceptual abilities; strong interpersonal and public communication skills including ability to serve as an advocate for Randall Library and the Division; experience with human resources (supervision, staff development, mentoring, etc.); ability to articulate a vision for public services and provide leadership to achieve organizational goals and priorities; demonstrated commitment to progressive, innovative library programs and services; commitment to serving diverse constituencies including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and researchers and the general public; track record of success in planning and implementing assessment initiatives; commitment to service excellence; and to continuous learning and growth at every level of the organization; ability to work creatively, collaboratively, and effectively, and to play a leadership role in promoting teamwork, diversity, equality, and inclusiveness within Randall Library and the campus; ability to build successful partnerships at the local, regional, and national level.
Preferred: Knowledge of emerging trends in higher education and new developments in reference, instruction, access, and the use of information technology in support of a library’s mission; experience in developing and implementing strategic plans and projects; experience in promoting library services and engaging faculty, students, and administrators; experience in writing and managing successful grant proposals; record of scholarly and creative engagement and involvement in appropriate professional organizations.

DUTIES:
As a member of the Library’s senior leadership team, co-leads the Research and Instructional Services (RIS) Division with the Associate Director Library Assessment and Instructional Services.
Senior Leadership Team: Provides strong leadership, visible and active support, and demonstrated commitment to the mission, vision, values and strategic objectives of Randall Library.
Contributes to the creation and articulation of a transformative long-range vision for the Library
Contributes to implementing the organization’s vision and to moving the organization in new directions
Challenges the status quo
Empowers staff to act on their own to achieve objectives
Generates a feeling of meaning in work – its value and importance
Acts as a role model in the visible promulgation of individual, organizational and institutional values
Supervision: Supervises four full-time Library Faculty, including the Coordinator of Business, Entrepreneurship and Government Information Research Librarian; Health and Human Services Librarian; Sciences Librarian; and the Social Science and Humanities Librarian.
Research Services: Research services include the Learning Commons, one-on-one research assistance, faculty and staff research services, and liaison services.
Learning Commons (LC) services responsibilities include the following:
Oversees LC Services
Assesses current model of LC Services
Investigates new model(s) of LC/Reference/Research Services
Creates promotional campaigns and marketing for LC and research services
Assesses needs for and collaborates with campus colleagues to bring additional services into Learning Commons
Works with Library colleagues to create online tools, dynamic FAQs, and online guides to answer frequently asked questions
Works with Library colleagues to provide leadership on research services/assistance tools such as pro-active chat widget, EndNote Basic, etc.
Works with Library colleagues on incorporating content of Learning Commons website into broader Library website; ensures information provided is relevant and timely for users
Works with Library colleagues to provide effective research assistance on mobile devices
Oversees the maintenance of Library’s internal Knowledge Base
Works with campus printing colleagues to ensure printing services are available and reliable in Randall Library
One-on-one research assistance responsibilities include:
With Library colleagues, develops a marketing campaign for this suite of services
Coordinates one-on-one research assistance with liaison librarians for students, faculty, and staff
With Library colleagues, develops and implements a plan for ongoing assessment of one-on-one research assistance
Designs, implements and oversees cross-training with Writing Services tutors and Circulation Staff to provide effective research assistance
Explores community-based research assistance opportunities
Explores research assistance opportunities with other campus units and offices
In support of faculty and staff research services:
Oversees the Library’s participation in New Faculty Orientation
Coordinates the Library’s participation in monthly HR New Staff Orientation
Collaborates with Library colleagues, the Center for Teaching Excellence, etc., to provide faculty training on information issues and tools
Collaborates with Library colleagues to provide materials for faculty on information issues and tools
Provides oversight and promotion of research and scholarship support for faculty
In support of liaison activities:
Provides leadership to liaison librarians with respect to research services and collection development
With Library colleagues, conceptualizes, promotes, and markets liaison librarians
Works closely with RIS and Technical and Collection Management Services to ensure purchase of needed resources such as databases, online tools, etc.
With Library colleagues, develops and implements a plan for ongoing assessment of liaison librarian services
Learning Spaces:
Provides leadership for the creation, maintenance, enhancement and assessment of all learning spaces in the Library
Provides leadership in the re-conceptualization and naming of Commons spaces
With Library colleagues, provides leadership in creation and assessment of Library signage, Library maps, etc.
With Library colleagues, conceptualizes, promotes, and markets learning spaces to increase use of spaces
Works with Library’s Programming and Exhibits Team to create and assess Library programming and exhibits
Coordinates the creation of training materials for equipment in learning spaces
Works with the University Librarian and Library colleagues to address both the Bound Periodicals area and Government Information area to plan for future use of space
Works with University Librarian to create forward-thinking plans for new building or fully renovated building
General Library faculty responsibilities:
Contributes to planning, implementing and assessing services; participates in the development, implementation, and review of Library policies, procedures and services; and produces creative and scholarly contributions to librarianship.  Serves on Library and University committees, as requested.
This position reports to the University Librarian.

AVAILABLE:

Position is available January 1, 2015 (start date negotiable).

APPLY BY:

Priority review of applications will begin December 1, 2014; however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

TO APPLY:

To apply, please complete the online application process available on the Web at http://www.uncw.edu/hr/joblistings_epa/15F042.html. A letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references should be addressed to Chair – Associate Director Search Committee, and attached to the online application – not emailed or mailed. Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF attachments are required.  For questions regarding the online application process, contact Ms. Sherry Matson at (910) 962-3199.  Under North Carolina law, applications and related materials are confidential personnel documents and not subject to public release.  Criminal background checks will be conducted on finalists prior to offers of employment.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

For information about UNCW, see http://www.uncw.edu/index.html; for information about Randall Library, see http://library.uncw.edu/index.phtml; and for information about The University of North Carolina, see http://www.northcarolina.edu/.

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Electronic Resources Access & Discovery Librarian, Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC

NOTE:

Known for its leadership in distance learning and its mission to serve, J.Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University (ECU) seeks applicants for the position of Electronic Resources Access & Discovery Librarian. The successful candidate will be a member of the Library’s Electronic & Continuing Resources Department, which is responsible for acquiring and providing access to journals (both electronic and print formats), databases, and other continuing resources that have been selected for inclusion in the Library’s collection. The person in this position will effectively manage the Library’s expanding electronic resource collections (including e-journals, e-books, databases, and multimedia), and will participate in the Library’s discovery effort. The position will report to the Head of Electronic & Continuing Resources Acquisitions.
This is a fixed term appointment, which may be renewed for a multi-year appointment period following the initial year of employment.

SALARY:

Minimum salary of $43,500, with a comprehensive fringe benefits package.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Mimimum Qualifications:
ALA-accredited master’s degree or international equivalent in library or information science. Qualifying degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions and conferred by the time of hire.

Experience or coursework involving the management of electronic resources in libraries; detailed understanding of current models, practices, and tools used by academic libraries for the access and discoverability of electronic resources; understanding of metadata standards related to the access and discovery of electronic resources; excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills, problem solving and organizational skills and an aptitude for detail-oriented work; ability to work collaboratively in a complex, diverse, and dynamic work environment; ability to work independently, balance priorities, and meet deadlines; commitment to outstanding service to library user communities; demonstrated analytical skills with an ability to utilize data-informed decision making processes and demonstrated interest in ongoing professional development.

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience working in an academic library or comparable environment; detailed understanding of current models, practices, and tools used by academic libraries for the acquisition of electronic and continuing resources; experience communicating with vendors and publishers, especially concerning access and licensing terms; detailed understanding of tools for electronic resource management, especially Serials Solutions products and the CORAL electronic resource management system; experience with access and authentication software, such as EZproxy; aptitude for or track record of scholarly research contributions and aptitude for or track record of service contributions to the profession.

DUTIES:

Responsibilities include: Working collaboratively with relevant personnel, the Electronic Resources Access & Discovery Librarian will; coordinate and engage in activities for the activation and management of electronic resources within the Library’s electronic resource access management system and knowledgebase; coordinate and participate in the Library’s workflows for the timely investigation and resolution of electronic resource access problems; proactively develop projects and plans to prevent electronic resource access problems; participate in the administration, optimization, and integration of the Library’s web-scale discovery service, link resolver, e-journal/e-book portal, database list, and other systems for the discovery and access of collections ; participate in the development, documentation, management, evaluation, and revision of workflows for electronic resource management; participate in the management of the Library’s electronic resources management system; under the leadership of the Head of Electronic & Continuing Resources Acquisitions, review and negotiate electronic and continuing resources license agreements in accordance with license guidelines; use data-informed metrics to evaluate current and prospective systems and interfaces for access and discovery; monitor trends in access and discovery and recommend appropriate enhancements in the Library’s systems and interfaces; participate in the development of short and long-term plans related to discovery and access; communicate with vendors and publishers regarding electronic resource access and discovery; co-administer the Library’s proxy server; keep relevant personnel informed of changes, enhancements, and problems in electronic resource access; set-up and announce trial access to electronic resources under evaluation by the Library and serve as a member of committees and taskforces, including the Library’s Discovery Advisory Board.

AVAILABLE:

To be determined

APPLY BY:

December 17, 2014

TO APPLY:

All applicants must apply online through ECU’s employment website at http://www.jobs.ecu.edu

http://www.ecu.edu/cs-lib/about/job942042.cfm

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

www.ecu.edu/lib

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#000420 Head of Electronic & Continuing Resources Acquisitions, Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC

NOTE:

Known for its leadership in distance learning and its mission to serve, J.Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University (ECU) seeks applicants for the position of Electronic Resources Access & Discovery Librarian. The successful candidate will be a member of the Library’s Electronic & Continuing Resources Department, which is responsible for acquiring and providing access to journals (both electronic and print formats), databases, and other continuing resources that have been selected for inclusion in the Library’s collection. The person in this position will effectively manage the Library’s expanding electronic resource collections (including e-journals, e-books, databases, and multimedia), and will participate in the Library’s discovery effort. The position will report to the Head of Electronic & Continuing Resources Acquisitions.
This is a fixed term appointment, which may be renewed for a multi-year appointment period following the initial year of employment.

SALARY:

Minimum salary is $47,500, with a comprehensive fringe benefits package.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum Qualification:
ALA-accredited master’s degree or international equivalent in library or information science. Qualifying degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions and conferred by the time of hire.

Experience or coursework involving the management of electronic resources in libraries; detailed understanding of current models, practices, and tools used by academic libraries for the access and discoverability of electronic resources; understanding of metadata standards related to the access and discovery of electronic resources; excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills, problem solving and organizational skills and an aptitude for detail-oriented work; ability to work collaboratively in a complex, diverse, and dynamic work environment; ability to work independently, balance priorities, and meet deadlines; commitment to outstanding service to library user communities; demonstrated analytical skills with an ability to utilize data-informed decision making processes and demonstrated interest in ongoing professional development.

Preferred Qualification:
Substantial supervisory experience. Experience with tools for electronic resource management, especially Serials Solutions products and the CORAL electronic resource management system. Experience with the serials and acquisitions modules of an integrated library system, especially SirsiDynix Symphony. Aptitude for or track record of scholarly research contributions. Aptitude for or track record of service contributions to the profession.

DUTIES:

Responsibilities include: Working collaboratively with relevant personnel, the Electronic Resources Access & Discovery Librarian will; coordinate and engage in activities for the activation and management of electronic resources within the Library’s electronic resource access management system and knowledgebase; coordinate and participate in the Library’s workflows for the timely investigation and resolution of electronic resource access problems; proactively develop projects and plans to prevent electronic resource access problems; participate in the administration, optimization, and integration of the Library’s web-scale discovery service, link resolver, e-journal/e-book portal, database list, and other systems for the discovery and access of collections ; participate in the development, documentation, management, evaluation, and revision of workflows for electronic resource management; participate in the management of the Library’s electronic resources management system; under the leadership of the Head of Electronic & Continuing Resources Acquisitions, review and negotiate electronic and continuing resources license agreements in accordance with license guidelines; use data-informed metrics to evaluate current and prospective systems and interfaces for access and discovery; monitor trends in access and discovery and recommend appropriate enhancements in the Library’s systems and interfaces; participate in the development of short and long-term plans related to discovery and access; communicate with vendors and publishers regarding electronic resource access and discovery; co-administer the Library’s proxy server; keep relevant personnel informed of changes, enhancements, and problems in electronic resource access; set-up and announce trial access to electronic resources under evaluation by the Library and serve as a member of committees and taskforces, including the Library’s Discovery Advisory Board.

AVAILABLE:

To be negotiated

APPLY BY:

December 17, 2014

TO APPLY:

All applicants must apply online through ECU’s employment website at http://www.jobs.ecu.edu

http://www.ecu.edu/cs-lib/about/job000420.cfm

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

www.ecu.edu/lib

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Database Analyst, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, Durham, NC

NOTE:

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center seeks a Database Analyst to ensure the Center’s databases, primarily the client relationship management system meets the data and information needs of the Center.

SALARY:

Annual starting salary range is: $55,000 – $60,000

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree in Library/Information Science preferred
• Database management experience
• Experience with relational databases; experience with a CRM, especially with InterAction preferred
• Exceptional computer skills, especially with MS Office products; advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel (pivot tables, macros, other advanced features)
• Working knowledge of HTML, SQL
• Ability to analyze and manipulate data into clearly understandable end user reports
• Ability to handle and prioritize multiple varied projects simultaneously
• High attention to detail
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with others
This position reports to the Vice President, Library and Information Technology.

DUTIES:

The Database Analyst will provide data analysis, system administration and support for databases, primarily InterAction*.  The employee works with Center staff and the Library and Information Technology unit to make data capture, organization and sharing seamless in the work of the Center.  Understanding the structure, interrelationships, and functions of existing databases, the employee performs and/or coordinates database administration tasks.

Technical duties include configuring the system’s parameters (activity, contact type, engagement and relationship) to improve information management, creating ad hoc reports for users and management, running back-end searches on request and maintaining system documentation.

Additionally, the position contributes to data integrity through data steward activities, serves as the liaison with LexisNexis (vendor) and trains others to use the system.  The employee is primarily responsible for promoting adoption of the system through user training, customer support, understanding and interpreting client needs and by serving as a consultant to all NCBiotech staff on best practices for use of the system to manage their information.
* InterAction is a product of LexisNexis

TO APPLY:

Please email letter of interest and resume to resumes@ncbiotech.org.  If you have questions about the work of the position, contact Susie Corbett, Vice President, Library and Information Services, 919-549-8881, susie_corbett@ncbiotech.org

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Day Librarian, Richmond Community College, Hamlet, NC

SALARY:

RCC Salary Level 9, range – $36,954 – $55,431, commensurate with experience, Full-time.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum Education and Experience: Master’s degree in Library Science/Information Science from an ALA accredited institution required. Two years prior experience in library services and/or instructional media on the community college level preferred. Demonstrated familiarity with operations of electronic databases and online resources used for research and information literacy.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Understanding of and commitment to the unique nature and role the community college and learning resources center concept. Ability to work with students, faculty, and staff from diverse educational levels and capabilities. Demonstrated good written and oral communication skills. Documented organizational and leadership skills from previous positions.

DUTIES:

General Description of the Position:
The Day Librarian, under the supervision of the Dean of Learning Resources, is responsible for operation of the library during day operating hours.
Responsibilities and Duties of the Position:
1. Provide library orientation and information literacy to faculty and students to include ACA 122 classes (College Student Success), Basic Skills, and Early College.
2. Provide reference/research assistance and instruction to patrons in the use of subject specific electronic databases and the online catalog. (OPAC)
3. In cooperation with the evening librarian, design and develop attractive useful teaching aids, including those based on new applications of technology.  Plan and organize special programs/displays involving the use of library resources.
4. Assist with book collection and maintenance. (weeding, shelving, and inventory)
5. Serve as the library’s primary liaison to campus technology.
6. In cooperation with the evening librarian, maintain and updates the library’s LibGuides to reflect changes in new resources and services.
7. Recommend technology related and patron related policies and procedures to the Dean of Learning Resources.
8. Working with the College’s webmaster, lead and facilitate continual updating and upgrading of the library’s website content.  Review electronic sites for linkage to the library’s homepage.
9. Communicate effectively with faculty, staff, and students about changes in the library’s resources and services.
10. Create, extract, and maintain accurate reports from library software as needed by library staff and provide statistical reports and usage data for yearly reports and instructional planning.
11. Participates in long range planning process for the library, including recommending changes or improvements and developing new types of services and resources.  Updating online planning document (SPOL) to reflect changes in the library.
12. Maintain high level of professional skills and abilities through participation in professional organizations, workshops, and continuing education opportunities.
13. Shared responsibilities of the operations/functions of the circulation desk with other library staff.
14. Other duties as assigned by the Dean of Learning Resources.

AVAILABLE:

November 20, 2014

APPLY BY:

December 12, 2014

TO APPLY:

The RCC Application and photo copies or unofficial copies of college transcripts must be received by the deadline date.  Incomplete packets will not be considered.  Successful applicant must pass a complete background check.
Application Process: To apply for a vacant position, complete the Richmond Community College application and submit it with photocopies or unofficial copies of your College transcripts. For positions where a high school diploma or equivalent is the highest required degree, then proof of high school/equivalency is required. Application and review process can be found on the RCC website.
• No action will be taken on submission of a resume or letter of interest only.
• Incomplete files will not be considered.
• Methods to submit an application:
In person: 1042 W. Hamlet Avenue, Hamlet, NC, DeWitt Building, 2nd floor.
Mail: RCC, Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 1189, Hamlet, NC 28345
Fax: 910-582-7028.  Applicant needs to ensure that documents are readable.
E-mail: employment@richmondcc.edu.  Application must contain a physical signature.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Human Resources
Richmond Community College
PO Box 1189, Hamlet, NC 28345
Phone: (910) 410-1804 or (910) 276-3331
Fax: (910) 582-7028
E-mail:  employment@richmondcc.edu

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